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    New gaming committee appointment positive: Leong

    The Macao Gaming Committee should be able to further develop its role in the healthy development of the city’s gaming industry following the appointment of Macau’s Secretary of Security to the committee. According to a note from the Government Information Bureau, Lionel Leong Vai Tac said Wong Sio Chak’s appointment would have a positive impact on […]

    Macau govt holds meeting with gaming operators

    Secretary for Economy and Finance, Leong Vai Tac met with representatives of the city’s six casino operators for talks about enhancing Macau’s economic competitiveness, according to the Government Information Bureau. Leong said the Government will work closely with the gaming sector to overcome challenges relating to the ongoing period of adjustment in the gaming market, […]

    Macau Govt to complete mid-term review by end of year

    Secretary for Economy and Finance, Leong Vai Tac, told local reporters at the weekend that the Government expects its mid-term review of the gaming industry to be completed by the end of this year. The results would be announced to the public by early next year at the latest, once the Government has carefully assessed […]

    Macau to co-operate with Fujian to boost economic ties

    Macau’s Secretary for Economy and Finance, Leong Vai Tac, said following his visit to Fujian that Macau will seek to co-operate with the Chinese province to boost economic ties. Speaking to reporters at the end of his two-day visit, Leong said aspects of co-operation could include MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and events), finance, trade, tourism […]

    No Macau tax changes until after mid-term review

    Macau is carrying out a mid-term review on the gaming industry and won’t adjust gaming taxes until after the report is completed, Secretary for Economy and Finance, Leong Vai Tac said. “The rumours of increasing the tax was just rumours and nothing has been decided,” he added. In a note last week, CLSA analyst Aaron […]